Repot and ReBloom Cattleya Orchids

Orchids have captivated gardeners for centuries and they are some of the easiest indoor plants to grow with a little attention to culture and care. Byron Martin, third generation owner of Logee’s and our expert horticulturist shares his knowledge about the care of Cattleya orchids in the video below.
Mostly, if your orchid is floppy or loose in a pot, it needs to be repotted. If your orchid has bloomed already, check its blooming cycle and keep it healthy and well for its next blooming cycle. Watch below to find out the simple basics.
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